There's still no IP certification on offer, but OnePlus tells us that the handset is "water resistant for everyday use".
Does T-Mobile USA carry the OnePlus 6T? Those who still prefer cable headphones would have to go for the new USB type-C earbuds, which come with their own DAC from Cirrus Logic and will cost around 20 euros in Europe, or 20 dollars in the US. That's quite a lot to gain.
You can buy the OnePlus 6T in T-Mobile retail stores, where it'll be on display so you can try it before you buy it. T-Mobile will exclusively carry the Mirror Black model with 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage starting November 1st at 06:00 AM ET.
The OnePlus 6T has been officially announced yesterday, with the phone being confirmed to be arriving in the U.S.
The screen, for instance, is pushed further to the edges, thanks to the teardrop notch. It remains to be seen if this adaptation could make the 6 or 6T more competitive with the likes of the Pixel 3 series when the lights go down. With the OnePlus 6T, the company is introducing Nightscape feature which is set to improve the night photography.
The second striking difference is the absence of a physical fingerprint scanner on the 6T. Apparently its responsiveness and speed is up to scratch now, promising a 0.34-second unlocking time. OnePlus brands its take on the technology as 'Screen Unlock.' One can use it to unlock the phone (obviously) and launch apps quickly as well - just continue to press the screen after the display is unlocked for triggering the shortcut to one of your desired apps.
Apart from that, the design and underpinnings are exactly the same.
Both the handsets are fuelled by the same QualcommSnapdragon 845 SoC with eight cores and coupled with Adreno 630 GPU.
The same 20MP sensor is also located at the front for selfie capturing duties.
Dual camera system. I don't believe the dual camera system is different from a hardware perspective-it features 16 MP and 20 MP sensors with an f/1.7 aperture.as before-but there's a new Nightscape mode for low-light conditions and some other software improvements. However, the 6T ships with the latest Android 9.0 Pie running OxygenOS on top.
Following the footsteps of Apple, OnePlus too has eliminated the 3.5mm headphone jack, which may put off enthusiasts.
For the first time in the company's history, the OnePlus 6T supports the necessary bands for all the major USA networks. The phone could start at Rs 37,999 (6GB RAM/128GB storage), and its other variants could be priced at Rs 39,999 (8GB RAM/128GB memory) and Rs 44,999 (8GB RAM/256GB memory) respectively.